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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Nahrga PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by sectionate View Post
    Check your pins on your DVI-D cable
    Already tried with different cables. As mentioned I tested with my old GTX 680 and GTX 560 Ti (using the same cable) and there is no screen tearing.


    Quote Originally Posted by bastian827 View Post
    You really have to enable your V-Sync
    As I said, it unfortunately causes random stutters in some games. However, a few of my games it does work without causing any stutters.
    My issue is that some of my games screen tear a lot, which V-Sync does fix but however cause stutter instead. In this case I believe G-Sync is the only solution.

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    You could also try adaptive v-sync.

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    Hello Nate152,

    Since you are the expert in this. I have a question for setting up 3 monitors.
    I have three ASUS VG248QE 144hz monitors, looking to get a decent video card that will run super smooth on three 144hz monitors.
    Will this Gigabyte 980 G1 work ?

    Any help will be great, I am new to this forum.

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    Nope (at least for me), I would need a 12GB Titan for ONE Video card to work SUPER SMOOTH at your request at 144hz, otherwise go for two 980's but hope for the best with SLI and Surround nVidia drivers to handle your games with three LCD's. I would also get 32GB system ram minimum with a current I7 CPU. Otherwise, I would expect disappointment.
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